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Chimera Vividly Captures Conflicting Emotions of Long-Term Cancer Survivorship

Few people have survived the nightmare of a stem cell transplant gone sideways. Fewer still have had the audacity to write about the miraculous yet bewildering experience of becoming a genetic chimera. Brad Buchanan breaks this taboo and offers readers ...

Black History Month Books for Kids

Your parents and your teachers try to tell you about the past. You like the stories they share, the things your grandparents did and the important celebrities that lived long ago. It's history and it's fun to know, so why ...

Author Creates Children's Picture Book to Inspire Black Boys to Become Librarians and Leaders

Rodney Freeman is excited to share his second children's book entitled 'Little Rodney the Librarian.' This book is the second Freeman has published under his platform 'The Black Male Archives' designed to represent black males positively. ‘Little Rodney the Librarian’ ...

Father On A Mission To Help Families Build Financial Freedom

Research suggests that Black families have an estimated one-eighth of the wealth that White families have.

"Buyer Aware: Harnessing Our Consumer Power for a Safe, Fair, and Transparent Marketplace" by Marta L. Tellado

Don't look now, but you're being shadowed. It sure seems like it sometimes. Play around on social media and a few minutes later, ads start showing up for the discussions you just posted. Search a topic, click on a link, ...

Expert Helps Clients Create Killer Pitches that ‘Pay and Slay’

Elevator pitches, sales pitches, media pitches and investor pitches that “convert conversations into currency” don’t happen by accident — and you never know who may be listening, says Precious L. Williams, founder of Perfect Pitches By Precious.

Music Hitmaker for Tina Turner, Pat Benatar, Rod Stewart and More Releases Tell-All

"The Best." “Love Is a Battlefield.” “Invincible.” “The Warrior.” “Better Be Good to Me.” If you were young and living from “heartache to heartache” during the ’80s — or even if you weren’t born until decades later — chances are ...

40 Lessons for Thriving in These Challenging Times

The world is at a juncture, and we need to rethink our approach, cautions writer and journalist Nadia Michel. Geopolitics are shifting, and technology has advanced more since the pandemic than over the last 15 years. While we continue to ...

Legacy Made Simple Teaching Families How to Leave Behind Generational Wealth

Right at the tip of the holiday season, author Dr. Gena Jones releases her new book, “Legacy Made Simple: The simple way to leave a legacy without the guesswork.” and it’s available on Amazon.com, MyLegacyMadeSimple.com, and in bookstores today!

"Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away" by Annie Duke c.2022, Penguin Portfolio $27.00 336 pages

It's over. The last page is read, the credits are rolling, your plate is clean, you've said your good-byes for tonight, for this weekend, for this month, forever. It's time to turn your back and walk away – or is ...

As book bans mount, literary stars are championing libraries and literacy

Readers and educators across America are observing Banned Books Week by exploring restricted books and supporting their authors -- whether they are newly added to the ever-growing list of challenged works, or classics that have drawn controversy for decades.

New Book Promotes Curiosity of Culture and Language in Children

Author Shawn Christine has published her first children's book, "Echo Amigo," which encourages children to embrace other cultures and people from different walks of life. Through this book, young children can be exposed to the Spanish language and learn to ...

Sarah Marie Daniel Releases "I Finally Agree With God - I Am Fabulous"

Wellness Coach and Transformation Guru Sarah Marie Daniel has been battling an undiagnosed, progressively debilitating condition that mimics Multiple Sclerosis for over 25 years. After falling over 6,000 times, resulting in broken bones, teeth, ribs, scratches, scrapes, burns and far ...

"Do the Work! An Antiracist Activity Book" by W. Kamau Bell & Kate Schatz

You're almost out. Out of energy, ideas, motivation, totally depleted from all you've been doing lately. Seeing racism, acting against inequality, speaking out against it, fighting for your friends and family, it all takes a toll and when you're just ...

"Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home" by Kate Mangino

Plates on one end, bowls on the other, glasses on top. It's your turn to load the dishwasher tonight, but if you plead ignorance on how it's done properly, maybe you could worm your way out of it. Somebody else'll ...

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